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An Advent Christmas Message from Shepherding All God’s Creatures

I stumbled across this article recently and found the message of a “Missional Christmas” a worthwhile one as well as a much needed one.  Quote from the article: “Valuing people is the simplest form of missional living.” Adding “valuing all life” … Continue reading

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“Judgement” isn’t what you think it is, and neither is God (part 2)

As we lift up scriptures about Jesus the Messiah as prayers to be fulfilled, let’s pray that the church will see God clearly: not as the angry, judgmental God the way religion has portrayed, but as a perfectly loving God … Continue reading

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Prayer isn’t what you think it is, and neither is God (part 1)

I’m fasting and praying for miracles throughout Advent/Christmas, and sharing excerpts from the Shepherding All God’s Creatures prayer event. If you’d like to join, or need prayer, let me know and I’ll lift you up every day. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ A glimpse … Continue reading

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“Ox And Ass Before Him Bow”

Luke’s account of Christ’s birth doesn’t mention the presence of animals.  It just says that Mary “placed Him in a manger, because there was no room for them in the inn” (Luke 2 v 6).  However, the fact that we … Continue reading

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“Ox And Ass Before Him Bow”

Luke’s account of Christ’s birth doesn’t mention the presence of animals.  It just says that Mary “placed Him in a manger, because there was no room for them in the inn” (Luke 2 v 6).  However, the fact that we … Continue reading

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An Advent Message

O Zion, You who bring good tidings, Get up into the high mountain; O Jerusalem, You who bring good tidings, Lift up your voice with strength, Lift it up, be not afraid; Say to the cities of Judah, “Behold your … Continue reading

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Happy Holidays!

Happy Holiday’s to everyone in the Shepherding All God’s Creatures blog group! We pray God’s peace is with each one of you! Many people we know, maybe you, may not be experiencing circumstances that are peaceful; perhaps those circumstances may … Continue reading

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Our Redeemer is Born!

This Christmas holiday as many celebrate the birth of the baby Jesus, let’s remember that not all on earth are experiencing good times.  Many live in extreme poverty, are homeless, experiencing loss, pain and suffering, being abused, exploited, are alone … Continue reading

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Unto Us A Child Is Born!

In Christ, We Have Hope! We have hope for Peace on earth one day when Christ comes again to redeem and restore ALL of creation to it’s original intent! Therefore, since we have been justified through faith, we have peace … Continue reading

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Suffering

Suffering.  What comes to mind when you think about suffering?  How about what Jesus suffered, and why?  How about what it means when Jesus said:  “…Whoever wants to be my disciple must deny themselves and take up their cross and … Continue reading

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Peace

Peace.  When you think about peace, what comes to mind?  A place or experience without conflict, without turmoil or division?  Perhaps you think of a state of being that means happiness and contentment, all our needs met?  What does God … Continue reading

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Advent

This Third Sunday in Advent, what does the news of Jesus Christ, our Savior is born, mean to you?  Many of us celebrate Christmas.  What difference does it make in the world around us and what is the world today … Continue reading

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